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Must suck being a celebrity sometimes. More about Go Hilary
Awesome insight, cheers to that! More about The Actual Habits: Andy Hamilton – CEO of The Icehouse
Sucks man, thought national were going to take the offensive with bullshit like this. How much taxpayers money are we going to piss down the hole for this? More about Weatherston to appeal conviction
In this weather a hearty Beef Chili would go perfectly.
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First step would be to create a 'New Zealand Day', a holiday to celebrate being Kiwi. More about NZ as a Republic?
We are just "Shuffling the deck chairs on the Titanic" Hah! Love that.
New Zealand has in being small, a massive natural advantage to take on the world with agility and innovation especially in this new age of the market, but we've gone and hamstrung ourselves like no end with political mismanagement and unwarranted intervention.
"This nation was built by risk-taking explorers and pioneers" & unfortunately this nation GDP per capita will continue to spiral past 27th (from 7th in the OECD in 1956) at the hands of minority & media pandering idiots.
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"one man one vote", it's time to put the foot down and move together as one country - yes there was a time that the country and our policies needed to skewed to help balance things up, but now we're starting over correct. More about Should the Auckland Super City include automatic rights to Seats for Maori?
Video Interview with Kevin, God this boys could bore the bejesuus out of god himself, 'Tremendous amounts of energy... and passion... and excitement' Hah
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Building on my comment above - We've now seen the supermarkets agree not to sell under cost as loss leaders 'to help stem underage drinking'
Lets take for example of loss leading by 10% which would be unheard of for supermarkets, which on a per bottle basis would save you a $1 on a $10 bottle of wine - would that stop you / encourage you to buy / not buy?
No, but that looks great in the eyes of the PC
Now take another look from the business side, that 10% is huge for a business when combining 1000's of bottles - so now that has been taken out of the market - small / local / bootlegging store now have a better chance of making profit and staying in business.
Problem being these small store don't have the robust systems to stop underage buyers and selling to intoxicated people.
Result: As with most of the media hyped / PC bullshit on the surface it looks great and we should all be celebrating but in reality we've just made the situation worse.
More about Should supermarkets lose right to sell alcohol
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